The Robotic Parking System can be built as a stand-alone facility, below a building or above a building as long as there are access routes to the entry / exit terminals. This gives architects and developers complete flexibility in creating space for parking in a project.
Lot sizes can be as small as 60 ft. x 60 ft., and the height (or depth) can be up to 150 ft. (The ideal footprint is 100 ft. x 200 ft. by 48 ft. — 60 ft. high.)
The compact Robotic Parking System can reduce the land area required for parking by 50% as compared to a conventional ramp-style garage. Or, park twice as many cars in the same amount of space as the typical conventional garage. Here’s an example of the of the additional revenue generating space that can be created with an automated parking garage.
Some 3D models that show the versatility and flexibility of the Robotic Parking System are available. Click here to take a look at the Robotic Parking Systems BIM (Building Information Modeling) files.